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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheuphoriaeu‧pho‧ri‧a /juːˈfɔːriə $ jʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  HAPPYan extremely strong feeling of happiness and excitement which usually only lasts for a short time There was a general atmosphere of pessimism after the euphoria of last year.see thesaurus at pleasure
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euphoriaIt was against this uneasy background that independence was celebrated in a brief euphoria which all too soon evaporated.He was a beaming, powerful case of euphoria.But users put up with this for a feeling of euphoria and heightened sensitivity.When 1 visited Bandley 3 in November 1983, the atmosphere was a mix of euphoria and panic.The whole country experienced a period of euphoria after winning the war.The state of euphoria of a historian who unearths a long-forgotten manuscript may be chemically induced.The euphoria that new parents feel quickly changes to exhaustion.Post-war euphoria, when the Big House ransacked its rose-garden and all the village wore roses.
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